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Are InterQuest’s Gary Ashworth & co now the most hated management on AIM? The Bulletin Boards react

By ShareProphets | Friday 8 September 2017


 


To the latest from the executive management team at InterQuest (ITQ), Tom responded in a Bearcast - the Utter Motherfuckers who run Interquest say a final "fuck you" to loyal shareholders and Steve Moore in an article – a further addition to the management buyout’s timeline of shame. How have other investors and the bulletin boards responded? Are Gary Ashworth & co now the most hated management on AIM? The following is a selection…

  • “This is a F****cking disgrace”
  • “This is absolutely disgusting. I just cannot find words to describe this course of action by the directors.”
  • “Absolutely disgusting behaviour by the management. This quite simply should not be allowed. Remember Chris Eldridge, Gary "Trigger" Ashworth and David Bygrave and never invest in anything connected with them again.”
  • “The announcement today is shameful, if there isn't a fully investigation into the handling of this it shows how corrupt the financial markets are.”
  • “At the very least, serious questions need to be asked about this latest development, about what circumstances led them to dismiss Panmure Gordon and what efforts they have been making to find an alternative and why they have been unsuccessful. I hope there will be a full investigation by the authorities.”
  • “For all the good it may or may not achieve, I have reported ITQ for possible (probable?) fraud to AIM, FCA and Acrion Fraud. I would urge other offended parties to consider similar action - how else will minority shareholders be heard?”
  • “I have today written to AIM to express my 'disquiet' (being very circumspect here). I hope others may also consider writing to AIM or FCA on this one”

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